The Bank of New York Mellon (the Company) wants to hear from you. If you have a question about our Code of Conduct and related policies, or if you want to report a concern regarding ethical business conduct, please contact the Ethics Help Line. This phone line is answered by internal Ethics Office staff members.
If, however, you are uncomfortable contacting the Company directly, you can contact EthicsPoint, an independent hotline provider as an alternative channel to raise your concerns. Alternatively, you can contact a Non-Management member of the Board of Directors.
The Ethics Help Line is operated by the Company's Ethics Office and is available to employees and others to:
All contacts made to the Ethics Help Line can be anonymous and confidential.
You can contact Ethics Help Line by:
The Bank of New York Mellon
P.O. Box 535026
Pittsburgh, PA 15253-5026
The Ethics Hot Line is operated by EthicsPoint, an independent hotline administrator, to assist employees and others to report information regarding conduct that is inconsistent with our Code of Conduct, or places the Company's reputation at risk.
All contacts made to the Ethics Hot Line can be anonymous and confidential.
You can contact the Ethics Hot Line by:
File A Report online using the Ethics Hot Line. This Web page is hosted on an EthicsPoint secure server and is not part of The Bank of New York Mellon's internet or intranet sites.
Visit their website: http://www.ethicspoint.com
6000 Meadows Road, Suite 200
Lake Oswego, OR 97035 USA
Any interested party, including any employee, may make confidential, anonymous submissions regarding questionable accounting or auditing matters or internal accounting controls and may communicate directly with the Presiding Director (who is independent of management).
Such anonymous reports and communications may be made by letter addressed:
Interested parties may also send communications to the Presiding Director by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.